Judicial Services Bureau Commander Major Mike Page is a 40 year veteran of corrections and is dual certified in corrections
and law enforcement. He worked in male and female adult prisons and community facilities in the Florida Department of Corrections.
Major Page was appointed as a Prison Inspector and Regional Supervisor for 19 years overseeing inspections, management reviews and
investigations of local and state level detention facilities in Florida. He retired from Pasco Sheriff's Office in 2007 after serving
six years as the Detention Bureau Commander. His duties included overseeing the Detention Center Operations, Warrants Division,
Courthouse Security and Bailiffs Division. Since 2007, Major Page has been conducting performance audits of local and state detention
facilities to determine compliance with the National Standards as set by the American Correction Association
Captain Harold J. Hutchinson, Jr.
serves as Detention Administration Division Commander,
which includes Jail Training, Administrative Units, Warrants, Court Services and Civil. Captain Harold J. Hutchinson, Jr.
has been with H.C.S.O. since January, 1994. Captain Hutchinson's prior assignments include Commander of both Patrol Districts,
as well as the Commander of the Major Crimes Section, School Resource Officer Supervisor, District 2 Administrative Sergeant,
SEU Supervisor, COPPS Supervisor, Patrol Sergeant, SWAT, CID and Patrol Deputy. Captain Hutchinson holds an Associate’s Degree
from Pasco Hernando Community College, and a Bachelor of Science degree from Hodges University.
Lieutenant Shaun Klucznik commands Detention Operations, which includes Inmate Housing, Food Services,
Booking and Classification. Lieutenant Klucznik is a 15 year veteran in the corrections field and is dual
certified in corrections and law enforcement. He joined the Pasco Sheriff's Office in 1997 and was sponsored
through the Corrections Academy. During his 13 years with the Pasco Sheriff's Office, he rose through the
ranks of Deputy, Field Training Officer, Corporal, and Sergeant. Lieutenant Klucznik is a graduate of the
American Jail Association's National Jail Leadership Command Academy. Lieutenant Klucznik is a Certified
Corrections Manager through the American Correctional Association and is also a C.J.S.T.C. certified instructor.
Medical Director Kristine DeKany
is a Registered Nurse with 10+ years
of correctional health care experience where she began her career as a Licensed Practical Nurse. She
completed her Associate's Degree in nursing at Pasco-Hernando Community College in 2006 and her Bachelor
of Science Degree with an emphasis in Management at Hodges University where she graduated Magna Cum Laude
in 2008, and her Master's Degree in Health Science with an emphasis in Health Care Administration at Florida
Gulf Coast University in 2011. Kristine has held a seat on
the Florida Model Jail Standards (FMJS) Medical subcommittee for the past 7 years and has served as chair
of this committee for the last 2 years. Kristine also serves on the FMJS Training Committee where she trains
all the new Medical Inspectors in the state. She is also an FMJS Medical Services Inspector and a dual certified
Correctional Nurse/Nurse Manager, achieving recognition as the first Certified Corrections Nurse in the
State of Florida through the American Correctional Association in 2007.